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Bloomberg: TV, film boosts city economy – Newsday

Email Print Aa Tweet Originally published: January 26, 2012 9:13 PM Updated: January 26, 2012 9:58 PM By IGOR KOSSOV. Special to Newsday   Mayor Michael Bloomberg declared Thursday “Gossip Girl Day” in […]

PS1 Moma Winter Open House returns on Sunday (with a dome!)

Sunday, January 29 12:00–6:00 p.m. Please join us for our Winter Open House, celebrating the openings of the exhibitions Henry Taylor and Darren Bader: Images. The opening celebration includes an e-flux lecture by poet, journalist, and artist Bilal Khbeiz; a performance by Megafortress; a screening of YouTube Virals from Tahrir Cinema and conversation with Egyptian […]

Queens Council on the Arts heading to Long Island City – Queens Chronicle

Queens Council on the Arts, founded in 1966, is moving from its home in Forest Park to a new, 1,700-square-foot space at 37-11 35 Ave. in Long Island City, which the nonprofit is leasing from Kaufman Astoria Studios. The organization, which supports Queens-based artists across all disciplines — fine arts, dance, music and more — […]

SculptureCenter News: New Curator and Limited Editions

From SC. SculptureCenter Appoints Ruba Katrib as Curator SculptureCenter is pleased to announce the appointment of Ruba Katrib as SculptureCenter’s new Curator effective February 15, 2012. Katrib joins SculptureCenter after four years at the Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA), North Miami. She brings a breadth of curatorial experience to an institution respected for its intellectual […]

City building accidents down 18%: Mayor – Queens Campaigner

City building accidents down 18%: Mayor Posted on January 26, 2012 by Rebecca Henely in Assembly, City Council, City Offices, Congress, District 14, District 25, District 26, Mayor, U.S. House Mayor Michael Bloomberg (c.) celebrates an 18 percent drop in construction accidents compared to last year at an apartment complex being built in Long Island […]

Jaharee Robinson scores bruising win over Jin Ooi in Golden Gloves action – New York Daily News

Jahareer Robinson saw red on his way to the P.C. Richard & Son Boxer of the Night honors at Variety Boys & Girls Club in Long Island City Wednesday. Robinson started aggressively and charged harder when his opponent’s blood appeared. “If I was bloodied, he would have came at me the same way,” he said […]

Rock rose at Court Square

Now at 15 stories. 18 months to go.

City building accidents down 18%: Mayor – TimesLedger

Print this story Facebook this Tweet this Digg this Email to a friend Mayor Michael Bloomberg visited an apartment complex under construction in Long Island City Monday to announce what he called a step in the right direction: an 18 percent drop in construction accidents citywide from 2010-11. “This is good for the agency. […]